Supporting Medication in Social Care Settings (frontline staff, middle & senior managers)
Supporting Medication in Social Care settings addresses practical support for use of medication that reflects social care principles and values including the need for accurate recording and reporting. The course covers broad types, classifications and forms of medication, as well as safe handling and storage. This training meets the knowledge learning outcomes of the QCF unit ‘HSC 3047 Support use of medication in Social ...
Legal and Practical aspects of Record Keeping and Documentation in Practice (frontline staff, middle and senior managers)
Record keeping and Documentation is an essential part of every practitioner`s role within health & social care settings. Accurate and comprehensive record keeping is vital in the provision of safe and effective care to every client This course addresses legislative and professional standards including DHSSPSNI and RQIA requirements. Contemporary research, guidance and references will be utilised throughout the course. By the end of the course the ...
Effective Delegation (team leaders and managers)
To provide team leaders and managers with a range of tools and templates to support help them in understanding how to delegate tasks and use effective delegation as a key development tool to motivate and challenge their staff. By the end of this course participants will: comprehend the role, value and meaning of effective delegation recognise how to identify appropriate tasks and people understand how to manage ...
Managing Change Effectively (team leaders and managers)
To equip managers with effective skills and knowledge for managing and communicating change. By the end of this course participants will: appreciate the forces for change in an organisation understand planning for change in an organisation discern the human factors in managing change recognise the methods of communication when dealing with change. cost ARC Members £45.00 | Non-Members £60.00 Location ARC NI Offices Booking Arrangements To secure a place complete and return a
How to Communicate Sad, Difficult or Break Bad News, including Bereavement (frontline staff)
The aim of the course is to increase the knowledge, confidence and skill of staff and carers who are involved in communicating sad, bad or difficult news to a person with learning disabilities. This can be any type of news, including illness, death, bereavement, changes in living situations, or anything else the person with learning disabilities may experience as “bad news” but the primary focus ...